Typo3 Besonderheiten

Typo3 ist ein besonders in Deutschland beliebtes und recht häufig anzutreffendes Content Management System. Es ist sehr flexibel und lässt sich per PHP und TypoScript selbst für die ungewöhnlichsten Use Cases anpassen, erweitern oder customizen – allerdings ist es deutlich komplexer in der Bedienung und Handhabung.

Systemvoraussetzungen

Typo3 läuft auf den gängigsten HTTP Servern wie Apache oder IIS. Typo3 benötigt PHP und als Datenbank eine von Typo3 DBAL unterstützte relationale Datenbank wie MySql, Oracle oder PostgreSQL

Features

  • TypoScript: TypoScript ist eine rein deklarative Konfigurationssprache, mit der sich z.B. die Ausgabe der Website über Templates steuern und anpassen lässt. Mit TypoScript kann man Navigationen erstellen, Platzhalter in HTML Templates ersetzen, JavaScript, CSS und andere HTML Head erstellen und sogar komplette Templates schreiben.
  • Extensions: Durch die große Community gibt es eine Vielzahl von Extensions
  • Page Tree: Die gesamte Website wird im administrativen Backend Bereich als Seitenbaum dargestellt, ahnlich dem Windows Explorer. Sehr übersichtlich – gerade bei umfangreicheren Websites

Eine komplette Feature Liste zu Typo3 finden Sie hier.

Typo3 News

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    • TYPO3 CMS 6.2.30, 7.6.15 and 8.5.1 released 3. Januar 2017
      The TYPO3 Community announces the versions 6.2.30 LTS, 7.6.15 LTS and 8.5.1 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System.
    • Remote Code Execution in third party library swiftmailer 3. Januar 2017
      It has been discovered, that the third party package swiftmailer/swiftmailer is vulnerable to Remote Code Execution
    • TYPO3 Association Board: Mathias Bolt Lesniak is our new first assessor 3. Januar 2017
      In November 2016 Mathias Bolt Lesniak was elected as first assessor of the TYPO3 Association by the Expert Advisory Board. He takes over the responsibility for the press and communications work from Olivier Dobberkau, who held this position as interim for a year.
    • Podcast about TYPO3 8 30. Dezember 2016
      The TYPO3 Podcast T3Bits released its episode "T3B020: TYPO3 8" starring Benni Mack.
    • Seasons greetings and successful year 2017 23. Dezember 2016
      Seasons greetings and successful year 2017 Dear TYPO3 Community and Association Members,we would like to thank you for your continued support that you provide with your Membership to the TYPO3 Community. 2016 has been a great year with a lot of achievements: TYPO3 CMS8 being developeda fantastic TYPO3 Developer Days EventNew certifications introducedTYPO3 Conference with […]
    • Smooth movement to LDAP for Single Sign On 21. Dezember 2016
      Based on a productive collaboration of the Server Team and the typo3.org Team, we have set up a LDAP service to replace the current Single Sign On (SSO) solution which is integrated into the typo3.org website.
    • TYPO3 v8.5 released 20. Dezember 2016
      Christmas came early this year - TYPO3 v8.5 has been released just now, including some very exciting and promising changes. This so-called sprint release is one further step towards TYPO3 8 LTS, scheduled to be published in April 2017.
    • This Week in TYPO3 (2016, Week 49) 20. Dezember 2016
      A wide range of companies have been contributing in various ways to the TYPO3 project in the past and are still contributing as is common for open source projects. Our whole infrastructure for instance would never have been possible were it not for these contributions. Once in awhile there is a company that goes the […]
    • Explanation of the T3A 2017 budget 15. Dezember 2016
      Introduction A few months ago we started the process for receiving funds from the TYPO3 Association. The application phase was followed by a discussion and a poll by the members. The results of this poll are meant to give the Expert Advisory Board (EAB) a guideline on how the members want to see the money […]
    • Results of the typo3.org Design Contest 3. Dezember 2016
      On 3rd November, we announced the typo3.org Design Contest to get impressions and ideas from the community for the new typo3.org website. Now we want to present the winners.